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  • Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally Invasive Surgery: Less Pain, Faster Recovery for Your Pet

Your pet’s health and comfort are always our focus, and we pride ourselves on using cutting-edge techniques to provide the best medical care available. Our board-certified veterinary surgeons will partner with your family veterinarian to perform challenging surgeries that require specialized equipment, techniques, or expertise. In some cases, we can perform minimally invasive surgery to [...]

By |January 30th, 2020|Categories: Blog|0 Comments
  • Cat's Urinary Health

5 Steps for Maintaining Your Cat’s Urinary Health

Cats are notoriously plagued by urinary problems. Kidney disease, chronic bladder inflammation, and urethral obstruction are common feline medical conditions, and many owners want to know how they can maintain their cat’s urinary health and keep these problems at bay. Whether your cat has a history of urinary trouble, or you hope to prevent disease [...]

By |December 4th, 2019|Categories: Blog|0 Comments
  • Chemotherapy in Pets

What to Expect if Your Pet Needs Chemotherapy

A pet’s cancer diagnosis can be devastating, but many treatment options are available that can increase your pet’s quality of life, give you more time with her, or possibly cure her cancer. After your pet’s cancer is diagnosed, Austin Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center’s oncology department can offer options for treatment and work with you [...]

By |September 24th, 2019|Categories: Blog|0 Comments
  • Neurological Health

Your Dog’s Neurologic Health

Your dog’s neurologic system is like an intricate network of wires that leads to the main control center—his brain. Like lines of communication throughout a building, if your dog develops a problem with his brain, spinal cord, or a nerve, his entire body can be affected. Neurologic conditions can cause problems you may expect, such [...]

By |July 11th, 2019|Categories: Blog|0 Comments
  • dog at vet

When Is an Emergency Visit Necessary for Your Pet?

Sometimes it is difficult to know if your pet requires emergency care, but if in doubt, always have your pet seen immediately by your family veterinarian or at an emergency facility.

By |May 24th, 2019|Categories: Blog|0 Comments
  • pet lumps and bumps

Should You be Concerned About that Lump on Your Pet?

What you should do if you find a lump on your pet Finding a lump or bump on your pet can be frightening. Most people immediately think of cancer, but that is not always the case. If your pet has a lump, follow these steps: Don’t panic. We understand it’s scary to find a lump [...]

By |April 19th, 2019|Categories: Blog|0 Comments


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